Because of this, the conditions on the valley floor and on the Andes Mountains play an important role as the plantings are spread across these areas. Soils are composed of clay, sand, and decomposed granite which, combined with the climate, make it an ideal region for Sauvignon Blanc and powerful red wines.
Vibrant cherry and berry flavors. Earthly notes add a complexity to the well balanced tannins in this lively Pinot Noir wine. Pairs great with cheese and a variety of meat.